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Sniffing out danger?

Sniffing out danger? That odor from the Shell cracker plant put the community on alert

Bad smells are already against the law. How do you know if they’re dangerous?

There are people — (guilty) — who tend to interpret any smell as a harbinger of danger. That’s not necessarily wrong — (relieved).

Shell’s spokeswoman, Virginia Sanchez, said it might take weeks for the outside firm that Shell hired to investigate the recent smell incident to produce a report, the results of which she promised would be posted publicly on the company’s website.

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